What are the main goals of Learning & Development units these days? According to many clients we spoke with, and even more request for proposals (RFPs) we have received during the last months: there is a short and a long answer. The short answer: Increasing the quality of the learning offers in all aspects and
Artificial Intelligence has developed at amazing speed over the last decade. Today, we interact with chatbots and other AI-powered technology without even realising it. There is no doubt that AI will change the way we teach and learn over the coming years, which is why companies must learn how to utilise AI in their training
How to use the SAMR model to convert training courses to distance learning
The SAMR model has been defined by Ruben Puentedura. It provides an interesting perspective on converting training courses based on classroom learning into full distance-learning courses. Existing digital content and new tools will be used. As well as solutions and methods to gradually redefine what takes place in the classroom and/or add new instructional tasks
International training project: local or central team, what works best?
I remember many years ago (decades!) a conversation with a friend who is an amateur football coach. He was preparing the starting lineup for the upcoming season and shared some guidelines with me. I applied these many years later when building any types of teams at work. Today, they are also useful when bringing together
Need to convert your classroom courses into distance learning? Here are 7 recommendations resulting from our return on experience.
Lifelong learning has become a necessity to retain your workforce, attract millennials and enable digital transformations. So the question is not why L&D departments should have a lifelong policy, but how to promote it. Here are 3 complementary levers you should activate.
Algorithms have no limits. So it’s up to humans to watch over ethics when AI is at work, and to lay down the principles that will protect learners’ interests. Here are our antidotes to the three major risks that AI entails in training. AI has enormous potential in training. It can accommodate trainees’ learning preferences